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HSN Indicators. Children Birth to Five October 2006. Glossary of terms. Number - Actual number of reported cases Percent - The percent of the total number of cases compared to the population - ex: 1 out of 4 = 25%

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### HSN Indicators

Children Birth to Five

October 2006

• Number - Actual number of reported cases

• Percent - The percent of the total number of cases compared to the population - ex: 1 out of 4 = 25%

• Rate - How many you would expect, given your actual number, based on an agreed upon higher population. For example, most health related ‘rates’, compare all actual numbers to a population of 100,000. Rates are used to compare numbers between small groups and large groups.

30 = 64.6 = 6,395 46,500 100,000 9,900,000

• The above example changes 30 cases in Hillsdale County with a population of 46,500, to a rate of 64.6 cases per 100,000. This allows comparison to a larger population rate. Michigan, with 6,395 actual cases, has the same rate – 64.6

3% exceeds 2% by 50%, not by 1%

Complete immunizations, 19-36 MonthsPercent CompleteSource: Community Health Agency/MCIR

Abuse and neglect (Studied vs. substantiated)1999-2004Source: Kids Count Data Books

Number of children in Hillsdale County, age 0-5, who were victims of domestic violence, 2002-2005Source:MSP Uniform Crime Reports

Victims of Domestic violence

Hillsdale Branch

2002- 2 1

2003- 2 2

2004 2 0

Number of children in Hillsdale County ages 0 to 18 housed by Domestic Violence Shelter, 1996-2005Source: Domestic Harmony

Number of resident nights provided for children ages 0 to 18 by Domestic Violence Shelter, 1996-2005Source: Domestic Harmony

FIA Foster Care, youth under 18, by Domestic Violence Shelter, 1996-20051997-2005 - averagesSource: DHS Website PUB 170

Poverty estimates for by Domestic Violence Shelter, 1996-2005Hillsdale County children age 0 to 5Source: U.S Census1990 & 2000

Pregnancy & Prenatal Care by Domestic Violence Shelter, 1996-2005

Number of Hillsdale County by Domestic Violence Shelter, 1996-2005births, Medicaid births 1994-2004Source: MDCH Birth Files

Percent of mothers who report smoking while pregnant Michigan/Branch/Hillsdale Co.Source: Michigan Birth Files

Adequacy of Prenatal Care during pregnancy –Hillsdale/Branch/MISource: Michigan Birth Files

No Pre-natal Care as a % of births – Hillsdale/Branch/MI –Hillsdale/Branch/MISource: Michigan Birth Files

Infant Mortality – Hillsdale County 3 year moving average (1994-2004)with Branch/MISource: Michigan birth files

Branch vs. Hillsdale vs. MI CountyAbnormal conditions of newborn(Including; Anemia, birth injury, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and seizures)Source: Michigan Birth Files

Conclusions – Birth to 5 County

• No prenatal care as a % of births

- Hillsdale more than 20 higher than MI

- More than double Branch County

• Moms who report smoking while pregnant

- HD is 62% higher than MI

• No HS diploma for parents

- HD dads 78% > than MI with no HS Diploma

-- HD moms 34% > than MI with no HS Diploma

• Only 12.8% of HD adults >25 have a college degree compared with 21.8% in Michigan –(US Census data)

• Current 3 year infant mortality rate (2002/04) is less than half of the Michigan Branch County rates

• Children ages 19-36 months are compliant for immunizations at a 10% higher level than children statewide (69% vs. 63%)

• The Classification ‘Abnormal Conditions of Newborn’ – needs more in-depth study as the percent for Hillsdale is much higher than the percent for Michigan (11.4% vs. 5.8%)